Last week, we were treated to a truly informative presentation and panel discussion!
Prior to August 30th 2018, businesses in California with 10 or more employees were required to provide a “clear and reasonable” warning before exposing visitors or employees to any chemicals on OEHHA's list, known to the State of California for their potential to cause cancer or reproductive harm. The amendments that went into effect this year modify required language of the warnings. These amendments apply to commercial property owners, restaurants, industrial facilities, hotels, parking structures, stations that service vehicles, manufacturers, food and product vendors, etc.
Bay Area employers with 50 or more full-time employees within the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) geographic boundaries are required to register and offer commuter benefits to their employees in order to comply with Air District Regulation 14, Rule 1, also known as the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program. Employers must select one of four Commuter Benefit options to offer their employees.